As a cognitive psychologist I have always been interested in how the mind and intellectual abilities develop.
Researchers now understand much more about how emotional pain is an internal behaviour involving many of same mechanisms as physical pain.
As individuals, we have things we hold dearly, things we like that often stirs a positive emotional feeling.
We set goals, ambitious goals and striving to achieve those goals, particularly important ones, comes with feeling intense emotions.
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall review five common reasons children have m
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss an alternative way to look at emotions and how they influence our lives.
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss the flaws in your search for happiness and review what it really takes to be happy.
An ever-present conundrum of human nature is our lack of understanding of why we do what we do.
I am proposing the use of emotional intelligence in supporting strategies to help people with mental health. B
Today we review an article from Psychology Today that teaches us that if we better understand our anger.